Priory Press has undertaken some giant jobs in the past, but try to imagine for a second the scale of printing these giants en-masse.
For your reading pleasure: THE TOP 10 LONGEST NOVELS OF ALL TIME!
Also have any of you ever read any of these? Save us some time and tell us any of them are worth two years of our time!
I think they’re editors were scared to make changes or suggestions to chop bits, what do you think?
The Son of Ponni by Kalki Krishnamurthy
900,000 words/2,400 pages
Kelidar by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi
950,000 words/2,836 pages
Joseph and His Brothers by Thomas Mann
Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady by Samuel Richardson
984,870 words/1,534 pages
My Struggle by Karl Ove Knausgård
1,000,000 words/3,600 pages
Zettels Traum by Arno Schmidt
1,100,000 words/1,536 pages/6,800,000 characters
The Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil
Mission Earth by L. Ron Hubbard
1,200,000 words/3,992 pages
In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust
1,267,069 words/3,031 pages/9,609,000 characters
Cyrus the Great by Georges de Scudéry & Madeleine de Scudéry
2,100,000 words/13,095 pages
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